But it isn't. "A job interview can be stressful, especially when it comes time to talk about money," says etiquette expert and "Poised for Success" author Jacqueline Whitmore. "However, you can get what
There’s a hard line between making your resume stand out, and over styling it to the point of being distracting. My client Jason was learning that the hard way. Jason was looking for a career in graphic
The best way to do this as the interviewee is to ask questions. The right questions. Career experts Katharine S. Brooks and Lynn Taylor say that what you ask may vary depending on the industry, company,
But what if, halfway through your interview, the hiring manager surprised you with an unexpectedly interesting question — a fun interview question that energized you and got your creative juices flowing?
The lucky ones will be invited in for interviews, and will probably be asked questions like "What's your biggest weakness?" and "Why do you want to work here?" Another common one people should prepare
But they'll occasionally go one step further and cross the line with questions like "Do you have children?" and "How much do you weigh?" In a 2014 LinkedIn post, Bernard Marr, a global-enterprise-performance
Rather than swiping our plastic like we've been doing for years, we'll start "dipping" our cards into a terminal slot. A microchip, found on the front of these new cards, will be read instead of the traditional